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    Holy Fatima, the Ideal Lady of Islam




    Fatima

    was horn in the fifth year of Muhammad's
    Prophethood (S.A.). Her father was the Holy Prophet
    Muhammad (S.A.) and her mother was Khadija. (Khadija
    was the first woman to become Muslim, and she truly
    believed in God and His Prophet. She was loyal and rich, and
    spent all her wealth for the progress of Islam.)
    The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.) loved his
    daughter, Fatima, very much and used to say about her,
    "Fatima is part of my body. Whoever troubles her troubles
    me, and whoever makes her happy makes me happy."
    At the beginning of her youth, Fatima married `Ali.
    She was the ideal lady of Islam and excelled all ladies in
    worship, manners and morals. For her husband, she was the
    best wife and for her children, she was the best mother. She
    did the housework and took great pains and troubles upon
    herself to maintain and prepare the necessities of life. She
    never made undeserving demands on her husband, `Ali, nor
    caused him any hardship.
    `Ali used to say, "By God, I never did anything in all my
    life which made Fatima unhappy or angry, and Fatima,
    too, never did anything which made me unhappy or angry."
    Fatima had two sons, Hasan and Husayn, and two
    daughters, Zaynab and Umme Kulthum.
    The descendants of the Prophet are from the children of
    Holy Fatima. Our eleven Holy Imams are descendants of
    the lady Fatima (S.A.).
    Fatima loved her children very much. She cultured
    them with Islamic morals, manners and etiquette and
    brought up her children to be the best.
    Fatima-peace be upon her soul-passed away on the
    3rd of the month of Jamadi al-Thani, at the age of 18. Her
    body was entrusted to the earth in Medina, but the
    whereabouts of her grave are not known.

    The Blessed Necklace

    A pale and dusty old man came into the mosque. He was
    clad in rags. He went to the Prophet and in three short
    sentences explained his circumstances:
    "Oh Prophet of God, I am hungry, give me food.
    "I am clothless, give me clothes.
    "I am without means, help me!"
    The Prophet (S.A.) told him, "I have nothing in hand.
    Go to my daughter's house. She will help you.
    The house of Fatima was near and one of the Prophet's
    companions led the old man to it. The old man knocked at the
    door.
    `Who is it?"
    "I'm a hungry person, I'm clothless, I'm without means,
    be kind and generous to me, God will be kind and generous to
    you.
    Fatima took from her neck the necklace given to her by
    her cousin and gave it to the old man saying. "Sell this
    necklace and spend the money. I hope that in the future you
    will be free of need."
    The poor man returned happily. The Prophet was still in
    the mosque. The old man showed the necklace and said, "Oh
    Prophet, your daughter, Fatima, gave me her necklace to
    sell."
    One of the Prophet's friends, Ammar ibn Yasir, heard
    what the old man said and asked him what price he wanted.
    The old man said that he would sell it for enough food to
    satisfy his hunger, enough cloth to clothe his body, and
    enough money to get home.
    Ammar said, "I buy this necklace from you,
    "for a meal of bread and meat,
    "clothes of Yemenite cloth,
    "a four-footer' to take you home,
    "and, in addition, eight dinars of gold and 200 dirhams
    of silver."
    Ammar then took the old man home and paid him the
    price of the necklace.
    The old man ate the food, put on the clothes and went on
    his way satisfied and happy.
    Then Ammar put perfume on the necklace, wrapped it
    up in a piece of cloth and ordered his slave, "Go to the
    Prophet of God. I have given you and this necklace to him."
    The slave went to the Prophet and delivered Ammar's
    message.
    The Holy Prophet looked at the necklace and said, "And
    I have given you and the necklace to my daughter."
    The slave went to Holy Fatima and told her what the
    Prophet had said and presented the necklace. Fatima
    thanked him and said, "And in the path of God, I have freed
    you. You are not a slave anymore!"
    That man, the slave, became very happy and with joy
    and surprise said, "What a blessed necklace!
    "It satisfied hunger,
    "clothed the body.
    "bestowed means in place of helplessness,
    "mounted the walker,
    "freed the slave,
    "and finally returned to its owner!"
    The Holy Prophet of Islam and his followers strove hard
    to combat slavery and were continually freeing slaves,
    whatever the price. Thus, in Islam, the freeing of slaves is
    counted amongst the highest acts of worship, and, in some
    circumstances, is even considered obligatory.


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